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Galley Conversions to HTML

Postby sunnyo » Sun May 09, 2004 8:45 pm

We are currently utilizing the PKP software for a journal with online publication. We are creating galleys from the MS Word documents then converting the files to a PDF version and also an HTML version. We notice that the HTML version does not have dynamic links to image files as these files are stored in a general image directory. We were curious as to the purpose of the HTML galley (if known) and if the images were to be embeded or linked to a specific directory to be viewable within the doc, where would they be stored or how would they be referenced? Any feedback would be appreciated. Regards.
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Postby kevin » Thu May 13, 2004 1:50 am

I believe how it is supposed to work is that in your HTML file you change the src of each image to image001.jpg, image002.jpg (or .gif), and so on. Then you upload the images in that order to the galley.
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